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Old 03-13-2012, 08:41 PM   #1 
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Name in japanese

I can translate your name into japanese. Tell me your name (or username, or any word you want) and I can write it in Kanji (漢字)hiragana (ひらがな)or
katakana (カタカナ).

Kanji and Hiragana are used for japanese names, although kanji is used by far much more often, and names written in hiragana are usually for girls. Technically speaking, a foreign name wouldn't be written in Kanji or hiragana. Katakana on the other hand is specifically used for foreign words (along with science terms, baby noises,or animal noises). If you moved to japan, you would write your name in katakana.

My name (Devin) in in kanji would be 出瓶, hiragana would be でびん、and katakana would be デビン or デヴィン

Tell me if you want it in Kanji, hiragana, or katakana. Also, tell me if you would like it written phonetically (without caring about meaning of kanji) or if you would like me to write the meaning of your name in kanji. After I am done, you can say if you would like a different combination of kanji, hiragana, or katakana (names can be written in different ways with each, usually)

Also, I can put your name in Korean Hangul

Thanks!

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Old 03-14-2012, 06:00 PM   #2 
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ooooo... me ! can you do all that you described lol i cant make up my mind i have always wanted to see my name in japanese

Lorane
the other names:
Aurora
Dietrich
Haidarose
Seraphim
Ronin

Thank you very much
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Old 03-14-2012, 07:13 PM   #3 
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Today I learned: Devin = Exit Bottle

日本語。話せますか!?

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Old 03-14-2012, 10:26 PM   #4 
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I only have time to do kanji for the first name, sorry.
Lorane in Kanji: 炉羅音 ”ro-ra-ne" Japanese has no L sound, so it becomes R. First symbol means Kiln, second means fabric, and third means noise.
Hiragana: ろらね
Katakana: ロラネ
Korean Hangul: 로라너

Aurora: hiragana: あうろら Katakana: アウロラ Hangul: 아로라
Dietrich: でつりく         デツリク     더투리쿠
Haidarose: はいだろせ        ハイダロセ    해다로서
Seraphim: せらびん         セラビン      서라비무
ronin:    ろにん          ロニン       로닌
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Old 03-15-2012, 09:37 AM   #6 
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ハハハハ!!!!!
シャイーニーベッタの日本語は本当下手ですね!
ねね、バハムチャン? xD
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I only have time to do kanji for the first name, sorry.
Lorane in Kanji: 炉羅音 ”ro-ra-ne" Japanese has no L sound, so it becomes R. First symbol means Kiln, second means fabric, and third means noise.
Hiragana: ろらね
Katakana: ロラネ
Korean Hangul: 로라너

Aurora: hiragana: あうろら Katakana: アウロラ Hangul: 아로라
Dietrich: でつりく         デツリク     더투리쿠
Haidarose: はいだろせ        ハイダロセ    해다로서
Seraphim: せらびん         セラビン      서라비무
ronin:    ろにん          ロニン       로닌


man you are AWESOME! Thank you
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Old 03-15-2012, 11:36 PM   #8 
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ハハハハ!!!!!
シャイーニーベッタの日本語は本当下手ですね!
ねね、バハムチャン? xD
What???
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Old 03-16-2012, 09:33 AM   #9 
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What???
Shingybetta's Japanese is off.
Deitrich would be デイトリック (DEITORIKKU), not デツリク (DETSURIKU).
Haidarose would be  ハイダロッズ (HAIDAROZZU), not ハイダロセ (HAIDAROSE).
Seraphim would be セラプィッム (SERAFUIMMU), not セラピン (SERAPIN).

I don't know about Hangul, as I don't speak Korean.
Also, If writing in any foreign language, in Japanese, you should always use the Katakana alphabet, never the Kanji or Hiragana- as Bahamut said previously, Devin in Kanji was "exit bottle". xD LOL It just doesn't make sense.
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Old 03-16-2012, 06:43 PM   #10 
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I see what you mean for the first two, but both are similar so for casual use it would be a matter of preference. For the last one though, I prefer not to use the katakana combinations because many japanese people like to avoid them.
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